Summer Camp Program – Pissouri 2020

 

See below the program of our summer camp for both periods.

 

Organizers and volunteers will be tested for COVID 19, courtesy of NIPD Genetics.

 

PERIOD Α (10/07/2020 – 15/07/2020)
FRIDAY – 10/07/2020
– Arrival(10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.)

– Swimming Pool – Family Meeting

– Children Activities – Dinner: 8.00 p.m.

SATURDAY – 11/07/2020
– Swimming Pool

– Horse Farm visit

– Horse riding – 18.00 p.m.

– Dinner: 8.30 p.m.

SUNDAY– 12/07/2020
– Beach sports and activities like Survivor and Pattiha (Watermelon) Party
MONDAY – 13/07/2020
– Goat farm visit, milking and halloumi making – 10.00 a.m.

– Swimming Pool

TUESDAY – 14/07/2020
–Soultanina Grapes harvest combined with a visit to nearby chapels – 10.00 a.m.

– Swimming Pool

WEDNESDAY – 15/07/2020
– Departure 11.00 a.m.

 

 

 

 

PERIOD Β (15/07/2020 – 20/07/2020)
WEDNESDAY – 15/07/2020
– Arrival, strictly in the afternoon (18.00 p.m.)

– Swimming Pool – Family Meeting – Children Activities

– Dinner: 8.00 p.m.

THURSDAY – 16/07/2020
– Swimming Pool

– Horse Farm visit – Horse riding – 18.00 p.m.

– Dinner: 8.30 p.m.

FRIDAY – 17/07/2020
– Goat farm visit, milking and halloumi making – 10.00 a.m.

– Swimming Pool

SATURDAY – 18/07/2020
–Soultanina Grapes harvest combined with a visit to nearby chapels – 10.00 a.m.

– Swimming Pool

SUNDAY – 19/07/2020
– Beach sports and activities like Survivor and Pattiha (Watermelon) Party
MONDAY – 20/07/2020
– Swimming Pool

– Children Activity

– Departure

 

SUMMER CAMP – PRESS RELEASE

 

The aim of the Summer Camp Program is to strengthen family ties and achieve socialization for both children and their parents, exchanging personal experiences, developing new ones.  Experiencing nature through the educational visits, provide entertainment to all family members and to develop new skills through new activities.

By experiencing nature, educational nature visits, developing new skills from new activities, living together in a small society with new rules, will help children in:

 

  • discovering themselves
  • becoming more independent
  • Acknowledging and facing their fears and at the same time, practicing, at a safe environment, the new self-protection rules, due to COVID 19. We keep our distance and learn how to play together without touching each other.
  • developing more self confidence
  • creating new friendships
  • becoming entertained through fun activities
  • adjusting to new environments
  • developing new skills, which they will use later
  • spending more quality time with their parents and strengthening their relationships
  • escaping everyday habits such as TV, computers, mobile phones, which played a big role on their lives due to lockdown

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